eXis are a very experimental electronic band, pulling influences from all gothic and electro genres like ebm, industrial, noise, etc. etc.; fusing it all together in a (very often agressive) wall of noise. Current tracks show a narrow slice of what is to come- and with a lot of tracks currently being mixed and matered, look out of some new stuff real soon. Topic: eXistential
Existential Dilemma stands for hope in those places where hopelessness and fear now rule. The band stands as a cold steel monolith of defiance in the face of all those who strive to complete the eradication of the past in their servitude of the barren wastes of the future. The immense power stored in this almost forgotten structure rises again from the bottom of the waves of the sea. Crushers and treaders upon the vanquished corpses invade from an eclipsed moon sized platform and hell takes on... Topic: Existential Dilemma
Existential poem by the aspiring poet Peter Menkin, workshopped on Academy of American Poets site (Poets.org) in 2008, written around 2000. Read by the poet for Archive.org, the poet says of the poem on the workshop site: "The work is part of a series of "painter" poems that paint a picture. This one made in the summer of a look down the highway where I saw about midpoint in the California daylight a man walking. I had this feeling of loneliness, of a shiftlessness with the cars... Topics: Existential, rain, California, loneliness
The Room is a novel due to release in the last week of April 2007. It is a novel from an existential point of view, but with an extraordinary twist. It uses string theory to explain an extraordinary event. Topic: washingtonville moodna existential string theory
The Room uses string theory in an effort to explain an extraordinary event. The prologue touches on the theory and introduces the lead character. The Room is told from an existential point of view with an extraordinary twist. Topics: existential, novel, washingtonville, hudson valley
a collection of poems written over a period of a decade. The themes are diverse, but many focus on existential themes related to the life choices of individuals. The book's central poem, which is the title of the work, explores transcendental ideas and metaphors related to urban life. The woman, Suzanne, an allegorical figure, travels through the city, usually at night, exploring and defining the city as living community. The poems include character sketches, taxi driving and metaphorical... Topics: poetry, metaphysics, New York, existential
No matter how hard we try, life doesn’t always go as we plan. Just as Harry begins to pick up the pieces of his life, emotions once hidden away must be dealt with as old wounds are exposed. Although he finally meets a woman who understands and truly loves him, the cosmos takes a different path. He discovers that what goes wrong in life sometimes matters as much as what goes right. An existential view of life with an extraordinary twist… Topics: novel, existential, washingtonville, string theory, ray melnik
The Room, a novel by Ray Melnik, explores life and love with a unique brand of existentialism. The Room is intended as a work of imagination, but is not intended as a work of science fiction. The Room blends science and existentialism to bring you a story that presents a bold but sometimes provocative perspective. Just as Harry begins to pick up the pieces of his life, emotions once hidden away must be dealt with as old wounds are exposed. Although he finally meets a woman who understands and... Topics: Washingtonville, string theory, hudson valley, existential
The Room is an existential novel with an extraordinary twist. Due to release in the last week of April 2007. The novel uses string theory to explain an extraordinary event. Topic: existential washingtonville moodna novel string theory
Nouvelle édition, avec le même ISBN que celui de l'édition de 1976, contenant deux index et une pagination différente Topics: Existentialism, Existential psychology, Existentialisme, Ontologie, Ontology
A thesis presented to the faculty of the Episcopal Theological School in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Divinity. Topics: Binswanger, Ludwig, 1881-1966, Existential psychology
The early Indian women novelists have been portraying women as a silent sufferer, who carries traditional values and ethics, tolerance and patience, a women without an identity no freedom and so on. The quest for identity is an important search that each human being feels at a certain stage of life. Githa Hariharan examines the disturbed psyche of the modern Indian women. The Thousand Faces of Night, is a novel of three women Sita, Devi and Mayamma they represent three different generations and... Topics: Silently Suffering, Identity, Realizes & Existential Crisis, etc.
People find it difficult to envision a future where difficult problems are offloaded onto advanced AI. The recent decades have been portrayed, with some reason, as a slippery slope towards a collision between economic progress, global resource limits and environmental fallout. Scarcity has provoked humanity to war. Our inability to solve the complex problems like climate change, and resource distribution have hampered global discussions [and general efforts to put our heads together to... Topics: AI, Singuarity, Superintelligence, Existential Risk, Strong AI, Technological Singularity,...
Architecture is part of the history of existential meanings and thoughts. Essentially, the purpose of architecture is to make meanings manifest as a concrete system of places, paths and domains. But according to manâs flexibility, capability, and ability to abstract and generalize, architectsâ and artistsâ styles were capable of concretizing significant differences in functions and contents rather than being an answer to mere practical problems. Each new style came to be a degeneration of... Topics: architecture, phenomenization, existential meaning, private and public existential space, symbolic...
The purpose of this study is to explore and identify the theory of existentialism in Theodore Dreiser’s first fiction, Sister Carrie. Existentialism is a theory which advocates free existence in the sophisticated society and also individual’s freedom of choice in taking a decision. Existentialism states that man exists and in that existence man defines himself and the world in his own subjectivity, and wanders between choice, freedom, and existential angst. Not only that, the consequences... Topics: Existentialism, Freedom of Choice, Existential Angst, Theodore Dreiser & Sister Carrie